Currently Being ModeratedJul 29, 2012 12:14 PM (in response to JohnZonie)
So I created a smart playlist that matched kind to MPEG audio file AND date added is today's date. That contained the tracks I wanted. I then right clicked on the smart playlist, selected burn playlist to disk, specified MP3 CD and the disk played fine in my car audio system! Thanks to all for the help.
Currently Being ModeratedJun 10, 2013 1:02 PM (in response to JohnZonie)
Sometimes Apple makes things to easy for us mind-full people. itunes makes it too simple to make a cd car stereo-ready, from MP3 tunes. Just create your playlist. I just used my recently added link from the main left hand menu. It onl contained the songs I wanted to burn to disc. So I then selected "Burn to disc" and up pops the option to burn. Choose ~Disc Format, then ~Audio CD~ Then hit Burn.
iTunes does the rest for you. I did not convert my MP3 tunes to AAC. I always thought I had to dothis first for a cd to work in non-computer players until today!
Hope this helps others!!!....M
Currently Being ModeratedJun 10, 2013 1:22 PM (in response to bigredi)
This was sorted out 11 months ago.
iTunes does the rest for you. I did not convert my MP3 tunes to AAC.
No reason to do this at all.
iTunes will burn any audio file it can use (MP2, AAC, AIFF, WAV ALAC) to audioCd format. No need to convert first.
But this thread is about burning an MP3 format CD, not an audio CD (which is what you did).
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 21, 2014 10:43 PM (in response to JohnZonie)
On Mac, your best solution to create MP3 CDs for your car is MP3 CD Maker which can burn MP3 CDs from your iTunes playlists without requiring you to convert all your songs to MP3 format beforehand.
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